There’s something wrong with Hillary. She hasn’t been the same since she slammed her head on a bedpost or something. Trump’s observation is correct that after she meets with a handful of supporters at round tables or townhalls, she follows it up with days-long respites.
She also has trouble comprehending.
During her most recent townhall, she had to ask a young female voter to slow down so she could understand her but the girl wasn’t speaking particularly quickly. Hillary’s processing seems to be slowing down.
VOTER: “Hi, on a similar note, my name is Lisa [indecipherable]. I’m part of a group called Friends with Pastor Max. You have seen me before. ICE, Immigration and Customs Enforcement, has a reputation for —“
CLINTON: “Can you just slow down a little bit, I’m having a hard time.”
CLINTON: “I want to hear you, so just slow down a little.”
It’s not that she couldn’t hear. If the speech was too fast, it’s because she couldn’t comprehend.
Hillary then went on to say she wants to end private prisons and detention centers because they operate on a profit. Someone needs to tell her they don’t recruit prisoners and have nothing to do with people being locked behind their prison bars. Hillary of course would want to end private everything because she wants government in charge of everything.
VOTER: “Right. So, Immigration and Customs Enforcement has a reputation for deporting people who are not on the priority list such as Pastror Max [indecipherable] from Iowa city, and also has a reputation for mistreatment women and children who are in detention centers run by private companies. So, I’m wondering what you would do to hold ICE more accountable and also to possibly bring back people who were unjustly deported from the United States.”
CLINTON: “Well first of all, let me say that I agree with you that we should end private prisons and private detention centers. I think that they have become — (Applause) — they have become — how can I say this — they actually have beds to fill in order to make money so they want to be sure that people are picked up to fill those beds. I don’t think that’s the way we should be running detention centers. And a lot of the private prisons are equally suspect on that count. I also believe that we should have better facilities for family detention for women and children. And I would, you know, certainly advocate for that. And I think we need to use more discretion in who we deport — violent criminals goodbye. As soon as we can get them out; people who are, you know maybe had a misdemeanor twenty years ago I think we need to have a slightly different approach and I know about the gentleman that you mentioned a lot of the people in the community that he was in for all those years have stood up and advocated for him. So I think we do need to be more careful about deporting quickly the people we need to get out of the country and being more thoughtful about people who are not risks or security risks to us.”
Watch confused Hillary:
She’s been confused at town halls before and not just at town halls.
Last month, State Department emails obtained by Judicial Watch revealed that Clinton’s close personal aide Huma Abedin warned colleagues that Clinton is often confused.
Abedin advised Clinton aide and frequent companion Monica Hanley that it was “very important” to go over phone calls with Clinton because the former Secretary of State was “often confused…”
On three separate occasions recently, Clinton demonstrated significant confusion that raised eyebrows:
- “Talking Iran, Hillary gets confused about the nuclear option and military option“
- “Hillary Clinton Can’t Remember Her Plan To Deal With the National Debt“
- “Hillary Clinton confuses question on ‘hemp’ with one on a ‘hip replacement’“
Grandma Hillary is just too confused to be president.